Special Call for Papers:

Arts and Humanities

This special call for papers calls upon all academics, researchers, external organisations, industry and students within the Arts and Humanities to submit an abstract or workshop relating to any form of ethics for REC2021.

REC2021 are looking abstracts related to how ethics is applied, practiced, theorised and researched within the Arts and Humanities. This can include within academia, industry and external stakeholders. 

We are very open on the type of abstract you might like to submit. These could include a paper abstract, workshop, panel discussion, performance piece or any other innovative format.

You will find more useful information below. 

Special Call for Papers

Arts and Humanities

Important Information and Dates

Everyone has the opportunity to submit an abstract for this Special Call for Papers; this is an opportunity to be as creative as you like presenting an idea, an experience, or anything else on the topic of ethics within the Arts and Humanities.

We are looking for anything related to how ethics is applied, practiced, theorised and researched within the Arts and Humanities. This can include within academia, industry and external stakeholders. We are interested in any organisation, institution, organisation, group or individual who has anything they would like to share anything related to how ethics is applied, practiced, theorised and researched within the Arts and Humanities.

 

Some potential areas you may choose to present on include (not limited to):

  • Ethics of the contemporary art scene, how is the art market (un)ethical?

  • Legal ethics: the morality of politics and law

  • Ethics in history, looking at primary documents with ethical concern

  • Moral Philosophy revised e.g. revisiting Kantian teleology through a decolonial lens

  • Critical in an ethical way, the significance of subjectivity in ethical research

  • The ethics of translation

  • Conducting research ethically, what this means in your project and how is this monitored

  • Approaching ethics through literature

  • Ethics of research involving people, especially children and vulnerable adults

Important dates for poster registration and submission:

  • This Special Call for Papers for the Arts and Humanities closes on 1st May 2021 at 23.59 GMT.

Submitting an abstract does not register you to attend the conference. You must also register separately to have full conference access.

Special Call for Papers Criteria

We are very open on the type of abstract you might like to submit. These could include a paper abstract, workshop, panel discussion, performance piece or any other innovative format. Click here to submit an abstract.

Abstract requirements:

  • All abstracts need to be written in standard English alongside a maximum of 6 keywords. 

  • Abstracts should consist of no fewer than 200 and no more than 400 words.

  • You can include references. References are not included in the word count. You will also have the opportunity to include your reference list in a separate section of the application

  • Symposium/Panel abstracts submissions can include up to 3 – 5 papers/presenters and must include a paragraph about each paper in the symposium including an overview of the symposium/panel.

  • If you will be submitting an innovative abstract including a performance or art piece, the above criteria still applies.

  • All abstracts will undergo peer review by at least two reviewers.

  • If you have any questions regarding abstract submissions please contact us directly, submissions@researchethicsconference.co.uk

 

If you are submitting as co-authors or as a panel, all author names must be stated on the submission. Panel proposals must have a minimum of three and a maximum of five papers. Panel members must also assign a chair to facilitate the session.

PLEASE NOTE: submitting a proposal does not automatically register you for the conference. To register for the conference, you need to do this separately by clicking here.

Useful Contact Information

 To submit an abstract please click here.

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